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Jay White, assistant professor in the DePauw University School of Music, will accompany Sting, January 11, 2007, as a member of the Concord Ensemble. The one-night-only show will take place at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and feature music from Sting's latest release, Songs from the Labyrinth, a personal tribute to acclaimed 17th century Elizabethian songwriter John Dowland. Esteemed lutenist Edin Karamazov will also be performing.
Source: DePauw University A countertenor who is a sought-after interpreter of early music, Professor White has performed previously with the Concord Ensemble, an a cappella group of male voices that explores musical literature from the Medieval to the present day. The group has received numerous accolades, including the grand prize in the First Early Music America/Dorian Recording Competition, and the Competition in Performance of Hispano American Music. The Ensemble's debut recording, The Victory of Santiago: Voices of Renaissance Spain earned the group a five-star review in Goldberg magazine.
A Grammy Award-winning artist, White has been hailed in mediastudents accounts as "most impressive," "displaying beauty and flexibility," and "a voice with a full measure of passion." White sang eight seasons with the internationally acclaimed ensemble Chanticleer, traveling to over 40 states and 15 foreign countries. He has also appeared with such ensembles as the Washington Bach Consort, the Folger Consort and Santa Fe Pro Musica as well as with members of the Smithsonian Players, Tafelmusik, and the Seattle and Philharmonia Baroque Orchestras.